Clinic/ Surgery Times
All GP practices are contracted to provide 'essential services', that is basic treatment of ill people.
We also provide the following 'additional services':
- Child health surveillance, together with the health visiting team.
- Contraceptive services (including implant fitting/removal).
- Maternity services - antenatal and postnatal, together with midwives from the Princess Royal Maternity Hospital.
- Routine immunisation of children, together with the health visiting team.
- Immunisation in relation to travel - not all travel immunisations are available on the NHS please ask our practice nurse for details.
- Cervical smears.
- Freezing of warts and other small skin lesions.
We also hold contracts with GG & CNHSB for the following 'enchanced services':
- Pre-chemo phlebotomy.
- IUCD fitting and removal.
- An annual flu/pneumococcal immunisation programme to protect the elderly and at-risk patients.
- Medicines management
- Regular monitoring by blood and urine tests for patients on a range of drugs for arthritis and bowel problems.
- Annual comprehensive reviews for patients with heart disease, stroke/TIA, COPD and multiple sclerosis.
- Minor surgery - injections (muscles, tendons, joints)
- Annual comprehensive reviews for patients with diabetes (this includes appointments with the dietician and the podiatrist).
- Alcohol screening and brief interventions
- A methadone substitution programme for patients with drug abuse problems.
- Palliative care
We also hold a contract with GG&CNHSB for the provision of care for patients in the following nursing/care homes:
- Haydale Nursing Home
- Eastbank Nursing Home
- Ashton Grange Care Centre
- Greyfriars Care Centre
- Greenfield Park Care Centre
- Burlington Court Care Centre
- Baillieston Care Home
Further information on the GP contract can be found at www.gpcontract.info
Leaflets and other written information about various illnesses and conditions are available on display and from the practice nurses. We do not have any leaflets produced by the practice.
The health visitors hold clinics on a Tuesday afternoon and a Friday morning. Appointments will be sent for your child to attend these clinics at various stages of their development. The first routine assessment at eight weeks is carried out by the health visitor and a doctor.
Child immunisation clinics are also held at the practice. These are held on a Wednesday afternoon twice a month.
Any patient requiring advice on travel and/or immunisation should collect and complete a travel form from the surgery. A form should be completed for each person going on holiday. Once completed, an appointment should be made to see the practice nurse. This must be carried out at least six weeks before going on holiday. If there is less than six weeks before you travel, you should attend a Travel Clinic.